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So in theory, just adding a good diffuser should give you results that you're looking for. Using the endlighten gets you the same result, but now you have 2 problems: 1) The endlighten acrylic is the most expensive acrylic of all the acrylics needed for this build. Now, you're buying a second one tailored for white light.2) White light has a portion of IR. The IR from the top layer may get further diffused or attenuated by the acrylic microparticles. This could potentially cause you to get distorted blobs.Last one isn't so bad though, you could just correct for it in CCV. But in my opinion, the price throws me off. In all, the issue of seeing the insides is all eliminated by finding a good diffuser. A lot of people use either the LCD diffusers or Vellum.
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